The Proposition BookSuggestion book
Katie Ashley's proposal (The proposal, #1)
On her 30th anniversary, Emma Harrison threatens to find her organic watch clinking and the hard-to-get knights in shiny armour still appear. There is always a seed bench, of course, but Emma is afraid that a confusion of donors could knock her up with Satan's brood. Aidan Fitzgerald is used to getting what he wants, especially in the sleeping room.
As Emma rejects his rapprochement at the company's Christmas celebration, he is resolved to have her, no matter what it costs. When Aidan hears about Emma`s plight, he quickly offers a proposal that will be beneficial to both. Emma is unwilling to accept his invitation, but his charms, combined with her intensive longing for maternity, prevail.
Aiden can' escape while Emma begins to wonder if Aiden could be the one. Can Aidan put his past behind him to become the man Emma needs?
Katie Ashley's proposal
BOOK. Okay, so I knew there was a cliff hanger when I entered this book, and early in the book there was a big "hint" of what it was all about, so I was definitely prepared for it, but my mind was in knot at the end!
It was the summary of this book that gripped me. When I first saw it, I knew I had to study this book. Then, in swops their delightful, engagement phobical, femaleizer, collaborator Aidan with a suggestion. Aiden was a man with serious engagement problems - who shied away from any indication of being bound to something lasting - no matter how much abundance he could add to his being.
We have to find out if what he starts to have for Emma is getting powerful enough to get over the man he is....... As I smiled from head to toe and loved where everything was going, I was really looking forward to the development and transformation of his personality, and, especially as they began, my mind began to fully sense, but his commitments really ripped my mind and disappointed me.
Please PLEASE have one of the most epoxy crazy grooves in the book's story. Before they go too far, I like to hear tales of people who can capture themselves, realizing they're on the right track and doing everything in their powers to make things right, so I'm very, very, very, very excited about book #2.
That book was a lot of laughs. It' s not a long one - I was reading it one night. There' s humour, jokes, a good storyline (this book isn't just about sex!) and lets you desperately see where the protagonists will end up. BOOK. This is my book #2 review: